Rain, train and pain: A day in the life of a Mumbaikar
Saturday began on a pleasant note for Mumbaikars, as pre-monsoon showers brought much-needed relief. But, those travelling by train had a harrowing experience. These Twitter reactions tell the story
Saturday began on a pleasant note for Mumbaikars, as pre-monsoon showers brought some much-needed relief. But, those travelling by train had a harrowing experience as services were affectedly severely. Here’s how Twitterati reacted.
Even a small peasant in a village in Papua New Guinea with no internet, electricity & phone knows, it's raining in Mumbai #MumbaiRains— Ra_Bies (@Ra_Bies) June 11, 2016
"Monsoon may take few more days to arrive Mumbai", says the Mumbai MET Department pic.twitter.com/NM3gjTlKfC— ANI (@ANI_news) June 11, 2016
Rainfall in Chembur, Mumbai. Mumbai MET dept says, " These arent monsoon rains, just pre-monsoon showers" pic.twitter.com/WhWqriROVw— ANI (@ANI_news) June 11, 2016
Crazy amount of thunder accompanying the rain.— Sorabh Pant (@hankypanty) June 11, 2016
The loud clattering is only matched when Mukesh Ambani's chopper is landing. #MumbaiRains
One rain and harbor trains go dead, roads become a puddleland, Mumbai's creaky infra exposes all, only liberal governance can save India!— Akshay Shah (@agilewiz) June 11, 2016
Today local trains will slip on railway tracks in Mumbai and get delayed because of #MumbaiRains.— Vivek Sharma (@KhamoshVIVEK) June 11, 2016
Mumbai routine never disappoints. Tata Sky blackout, late running trains and Old monk plans. The holy trinity of first showers are intact.— Dippy Vankani (@DippyVankani) June 11, 2016
First showers of the season and Mumbai lifeline (Mumbai rail network) thrown of gear @RailMinIndia Trains running late please do something— Ashaya Kantawala (@ashayak) June 11, 2016
rain in Mumbai and already trains are crawling late— Akash (@sushann83) June 11, 2016
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